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May 2020 9 results
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Five Tanzanians Arrested for Violating COVID-19 Guidelines in Rakai Masaka RRH 1

Rakai Resident District Commissioner Charles Mubiru says that the individuals were intercepted at Kamuli village in Kibanda sub-county. At the same place, police intercepted two Burundians and a Ugandan who had crossed from Tanzania in April.
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15:20

Broadcasting Lessons; A Teachers’ Experience in a ‘Strange Environment’ 4 1

The adoption of the new remote learning systems has been a challenge in an environment where teachers, parents and caregivers were not positioned to provide education, through radio programmes, home-schooling, online learning and other approaches as outlined by the Ministry of Education and Sports.
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14:46

COVID-19 Triggers Decline in Global Trade Coronavirus 1

An estimated quarter-on-quarter decline of 27% is expected in the second quarter while commodity prices fell by a record 20% in March, driven by steep drops in oil prices
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14:24

Jinja Residents Reject Construction of Greenhouse at Health Centre land 2 1

The greenhouse is an initiative of Jinja Municipality, where flowers to beautify Jinja town will be grown.
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Gov’t to Allow Companies Delay Payment of Taxes adam mugume 1

Companies whose income is less than Shs 500m a year will be allowed to delay payment of corporation taxes by six months. The country will waive interest on tax arrears to lessen businesses’ tax liability obligations to the government.
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13:49

COVID-19 Positive Truck Driver Admitted at Mubende Hospital

A Ugandan truck driver who tested positive with covid-19 has been taken to Mubende Regional Referral Hospital for treatment making him the first victim to be admitted at the facility.
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12:25

Petroleum Authority Gets new Board of Directors Oil and gas 1

The new board which includes members from the old board is expected to steer the Authority for the next your years.
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08:37

IUIU Suspends All Staff 1

The university top management notes that they have made a review of their finances and established that don’t have sufficient funds. They argue that most of the students had not completed payment of tuition fees, which is the main source of income for the University.
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08:04

Family Members of Covid-19 Positive Truck Driver Quarantined in Luweero Cargo Truck Drivers 2

Henry Kasule the Luweero District Health Surveillance Focal Person explains that on Thursday they received information from the National Surveillance Team that the positive truck driver spent the night at home on return in Uganda from South Sudan.
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